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    Jay Gruden is a cheap, up and coming coordinator, who wants to stay close to family in Ohio. Buffalo is close enough to Ohio.

    Could Jay Gruden be a dark horse coaching candidate for the Bills?

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    Quote Originally Posted by flutie4ever View Post
    Jay Gruden is a cheap, up and coming coordinator, who wants to stay close to family in Ohio. Buffalo is close enough to Ohio.

    Could Jay Gruden be a dark horse coaching candidate for the Bills?
    Did he call Buddy? Did Buddy change his mind about keeping Chan for 2013?

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    Last time I checked, Buddy Nix said Chan was going no where, and I doubt Ralph is firing Buddy Nix anytime soon.
    Wake me up when football season starts.


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    I got a better idea, keep Chan, Jeff Fisher gets fired from St Louis and becomes our DC!! Yeah!
    Stop being foolish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Foreboding View Post
    I got a better idea, keep Chan, Jeff Fisher gets fired from St Louis and becomes our DC!! Yeah!
    If Fisher became available, I'd jump on that in a second.
    Adopt-A-Bill 2014: Kenny Ladler

    From December 2nd 2013:

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    I really hope I'm not alone in thinking the world of Dak Prescott, the Mississippi State QB. The way that kid has played in the last month through injuries and losing his mother to cancer, he earnt my respect. Can't wait to see how Dan Mullen brings him along in the next 2 years.
    Quote Originally Posted by BlokesAndHoes View Post
    One guy to watch out for is Elijah McGuire from ULL. He's a true freshman RB but he's averaging 7.7 YPC. Absolutely electric.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperSeriousAllTheTimeTotallyNotAHypocrite View Post
    If Fisher became available, I'd jump on that in a second.
    I would jump on you in a second


    Quote Originally Posted by BuffaloBills88 View Post
    EJ can't black he's a bust!
    つ◕_◕༽つ Adopt-A-Bill 2014: Duke Williams つ ◕_◕༽つ

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    This is a bad thread. Jay Gruden is boring

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buffalo90 View Post
    I would jump on you in a second
    Well, hello there.

    Adopt-A-Bill 2014: Kenny Ladler

    From December 2nd 2013:

    Quote Originally Posted by BlokesAndHoes View Post
    I really hope I'm not alone in thinking the world of Dak Prescott, the Mississippi State QB. The way that kid has played in the last month through injuries and losing his mother to cancer, he earnt my respect. Can't wait to see how Dan Mullen brings him along in the next 2 years.
    Quote Originally Posted by BlokesAndHoes View Post
    One guy to watch out for is Elijah McGuire from ULL. He's a true freshman RB but he's averaging 7.7 YPC. Absolutely electric.

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    David Shaw from Stanford is a coach the Bills should try to hire he is a great coach, he out coached Chip Kelly to beat Oregon, and he knows how to run a offense that features the run with a pro style passing attack, he is a smart guy!!

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